KeyboardTest is a program for testing and diagnosing computer mice and keyboards. This function can be used to examine the performance of key settings for triggering, whether it pushes the button, to check whether or not a keystroke lags between pressing and when the key releases. The program also allows you to check the operation of the LED indicators on the devices and view the internal scan codes generated by the device.
The current test results are displayed in the main program window in real time. Pressing each key is displayed on the graphical keyboard layout. By applying different colors to the keys, a key status can be detected. red indicates the pressing of the button, green indicates a positive response, blue indicates a failure, etc.
The KeyboardTest supports most well-known keyboard models. A user can choose from a list of available models, and create their own keyboard from the original ones he or she used originally. Additional keyboard layouts can also be loaded using the program library.
Moreover, KeyboardTest allows computer mice to test how fast they can detect the motion sensor, how good the coordinate determination of X and Y will be, the accuracy of their key determination, and if they can detect any LED indicators.
Using a keyboard test is as easy as 1-2-3, it's as quick as 1-2-3, is automatic, it checks all the parameters in a row, has a well-organized reference file, and it works within minutes.